About this winery
With over 60 years of professional experience, Santa Ema are pioneers in the Maipo Valley where they are always searching for the best expressions of terroir, from the mountains to the coast. The beginnings of Santa Ema date back to the beginning of the 20th century, when don Pedro Pavone Voglino, an Italian immigrant, sportsperson, and businessman, discovered a great terroir in Isla de Maipo, where the head offices still operate today. The founder and his son, Félix Pavone Arbea, an...
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Notes about product
Grapes sourced from Leyda Valley. Vines planted on rolling hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean receive cool breezes that promote a slow ripening period.
The grapes were 100% whole-cluster pressed. The juice was decanted and fermented in first-use French oak barrels. The wine was then aged on its lees for 10 months without malolactic fermentation. It was fined before bottling to conserve its potential and complexity.
Intense notes of citrus, tropical fruits, bananas, quince, and pineapples intermingle with fine notes of toast. Round, lush, complex and very well balanced with an acidity level that refreshes from beginning to end. The finish is elegantly fruity. Enjoy with lobster, crab, shrimp, and shellfish au gratin. Also ideal with fatty fish.